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Paul Curtis Daw is a lawyer-turned-translator. His translation of Evelyne Trouillot’s novel, Memory at Bay, is published by the University of Virginia Press. His translation of Olivier Targowla’s novel, Narcisse on a Tightrope, is forthcoming from Deep Vellum’s Dalkey Archive imprint, and Akashic Books will soon publish several of his story translations in Paris Noir: The Suburbs. His renditions of stories and other texts from France, Haiti, Belgium, Quebec, Reunion, and Swiss Romandy appear in Words Without Borders, Subtropics, Asymptote Blog, Indiana Review, Cimarron Review, and Massachusetts Review (forthcoming), among other publications, and in four annual editions of Best European Fiction. He is a former officer and director of the American Literary Translators Association.